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I am a novice writer who happens to love books and I write in my spare time. I have a great concept rolling around in my head for a story and after writing for a bit and then... Read morePublished 11 days ago by KLBRN
Excellent work -- highly recommended. Donald Maass is passionate and interesting while providing necessary suggestions to make your writing better. Read morePublished 22 days ago by J. R. Jovanovska
Maass's predictions as to the popularity of e-books dates his book. There are authors out there that are more in tune with the times. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Anonymous
Summary: A book about the elements that make a novel breakout.
- Had to read this for a writing course I was taking. Read more
If you're writing a novel, or considering writing one, buy Maass' book, read it, and apply it.Published 1 month ago by MichaelWright-Author
This was an excellent read with a mix of what to do and how to do it. I am now employing (or at least trying to) its suggestions in my own writing and plan on rereading it often.Published 1 month ago by Livinginthealohastate
This is the best writing book ive ever read. Answered all the questions i had in an easier way. A lot of examples make this book so easy to understand.Published 3 months ago
I am only half way through, but I find that everything this book talks about is true. If you are open minded and willing to do rewrites (which is what writing is all about) then... Read morePublished 4 months ago by cindy scarpelli